Jena Osman lecture, "Cog-ignitions: Thinking about objects thinking." Osman discusses manually-generated and computer-generated procedural art, and objects that appear to be thinking such as puppets, computers, and poems.
A lecture, "Anne Waldman as Performer And Collaborator," given by Jena Osman at Naropa University July 1 2003. Osman's lecture is centered on Anne Waldman as collaborator. Osman discusses Waldman's collaboration with such figures as Richard Tuttle, Akilah Oliver, Reed Bye, Bob Dylan et al. Osman plays recordings (film clips, CD's) of Waldman reading and performing various works.
byBerssenbrugge, Mei-Mei; Kyger, Joanne; Osman, Jena; Perelman, Bob
First half of a poetry reading with Jena Osman, Bob Perelman, Mei Mei Bersenbrugge, and Joanne Kyger. Osman reads from "Press scrutiny." Bersennbrugge reads from her book, Nest, and Perelman reads "Fake dream: the library," "Today's lament," "Ode to James Fennimore Cooper," and others. (Continues on 01P026)